For Some, For Now - Poem by Francie Lynch
We'll do another year, for now,
Know moments of anguish and triumph,
Know too that years are all alike
Riding on long lapses of
Comfort in between.
Sometimes I see heads sharing shoulders,
Or bodies close around a table
Sharing framed scenes.
Sometimes there are piano keys,
And promises of music.
At times, I see a landing, gently,
Leading to a small smile of satisfaction.
In the morning we continue with the
Morning good-bye kiss.
We must greet each other again, soon,
In friendship and loving service.
It takes us a lifetime to understand
Our witnessing of taste and touch,
But most of all, feel.
For now, the instant becomes you.
Still each day replaces memories,
And we, in the now and to be,
In the greatest degree of love.
As I love you.
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